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Internet Usage Statistics:
11,051,151 Internet users as of Dec 31, 2013;
38.2% of the population, according to ITU.

Uzbekistan - officially the Republic of Uzbekistan, is a doubly landlocked country in Central Asia. It shares borders with Kazakhstan to the west and to the north, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan to the east, and Afghanistan and Turkmenistan to the south. The name Uzbekistan is derived from Persian, meaning "land of the Uzbeks".

Latest Population Estimate:
28,929,716 population for 2014, according to US Census Bureau.

Latest GNI Estimate:
GNI per capita was US$ 5,340 (PPP) for 2013, according to the World Bank.

Uzbekistan Land Size (Area):
Uzbekistan has 447,400 sq km - Population Density is 65 persons per sq km.

Uzbekistan Map: Map and basic data for Uzbekistan.

Weather in Uzbekistan: Weather in Uzbekistan.

Travel to Uzbekistan: Tourism in Uzbekistan.

Internet Usage and Population Statistics:




% Pen.

GNI p.c.*

Usage Source




0.1 %

US$ 1,940





6.6 %

US$ 3,420





30.2 %

US$ 4,920





38.2 %

US$ 5,340


Note: Per Capita GNI in US dollars, source: World Bank, based on purchasing power parity (PPP).

Uzbekistan Statistics
National Statistical Service of the Republic of Uzbekistan

Search Engines and Directories:
Uzbekistan Search Engines

Uzbekistan Open Directory


Uzbekistan Profile

Uzbekistan in the Wikipedia
Uzbekistan history, politics, map, geography, economy,
demography, full information and links.

Uzbekistan in the CIA Factbook
Uzbekistan information about the economy, geography, government,
population, communications, military and transnational issues.

BBC Uzbekistan Profile
Up to date resume about Uzbekistan leaders, history, main events,
map, flag, geography, news, politics and media links.

Uzbekistan e-Government Project
The Uzbekistan Development Gateway, seeks development with ICT.

Uzbekistan Information Page
The UzReport portal, with useful information and news.

Uzbekistan Telecommunications and Broadband Reports

Uzbekistan Telecoms Market Overview and Statistics Report
Uzbekistan has been struggling to bring its telecom system up to the standard found in developed countries. Although steadily improving, the telecommunications infrastructure remains outmoded and inadequate. However, since 2002 the situation has been gradually improving, due largely to the government’s decision to prioritise ICTs. Consequently there has been an upward trend in the country’s telecom market over recent years, with rising revenues and increased investment in infrastructure. Government strategic policy is to privatise the incumbent operator Uzbektelecom and to open the market to competition in accordance with the country’s aim to join the World Trade Organization (WTO). This report looks at Uzbekistan’s overall telecom market and includes a selection of current market statistics.
See summary and table of contents

Central Asia Broadband and Internet Market Report This Special Report takes a broad look at the Asian market and the way it is applying a range of broadband technologies. In the process of reviewing the region, the report features some of the Asian economies that are driving the market with interesting and innovative strategies.
See the table of contents and report summary here.

Broadband, ICT and Consumer E-Commerce in Uzbekistan

September 2014 Review

Uzbek internet users are enjoying cheaper and faster access than they have ever known. Starting August 1, the maximum internet speed in Uzbekistan reached 11.8 Gbps. "The process is rapidly unfolding," Sherzod Shermatov, deputy chairman of the State Committee for Communication, Informatisation and Telecommunication Technologies, said. "During the past six months, speeds have increased by a whole 15%."

Internet speeds in Uzbekistan have increased almost six-fold during the past 10 years, according to Netindex.com. From an average 0.46 Mbps in 2004, the figure has grown to 2.94 Mbps in August, 2014.

Uzbekistan and most of its Asian neighbors also have a clear desire to tap the power of information and communication technology (ICT) to improve education and provide students with the skills they will need to compete later in life. Many have anchored the adoption of ICT into their education development strategies.

Uzbekistan is the
Asian Development Bank (ADB) largest client in the region by the number of loans, and its 14th largest borrower by volume. Overall, Uzbekistan is the 15th largest shareholder among ADB regional members. In its latest Education Sector Report, ADB recommends more emphasis on more responsive investment in ICT, and in science and technology. Education systems in the region can be radically improved through intelligent use of innovative ICT, appropriate training for teachers and sector managers, and support to centers that nurture new ideas.

A US$30 million loan to Uzbekistan - approved in 2005, and the first ADB loan devoted entirely to integrating ICT into basic education - underscores this point well. The loan advances ADB's efforts at improving the application of ICT - which in the past have suffered from a lack of capacity within many school systems for handling computer technology - by putting special emphasis on training teachers and other staff to use ICT for learning, and encouraging the establishment of learning centers.

Along with better Internet access, the national .uz top-level domain is developing. About 18,000 Uzbek websites existed at the start of 2014. In 2009, only 9,000 domain names had been registered comments Eldar Mirsaliyev, spokesman for UzInfoCom, the state-owned Computerisation and Information Technologies Developing Center.

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